Community Events Calendar

Show your Ability Disability Equipment Expo – Palmerston North

Central Energy Trust Arena 61 Pascal Street, Palmerston North

Register at Show Your Ability to go into the the draw to win an iPad On Display are All kinds of equipment for younger and older disabled people and older persons care equipment including: Wheelchairs - Shower stools - Stairlifts Powered wheelchairs - Portable ramps Paediatric seating systems - Walking ... Read more

ARTICULATING THE ARTIST: RUBY SOLLY WITH HENRIETTA BOLLINGER

Embassy Theatre 10 Kent Terrace, Wellington

How does art enrich our lives? What are the challenges? Can art change the world? Does the world change art? Friends and artists Ruby Solly (The Artist) and Henrietta Bollinger (Articulations) discuss the intricacies of moving through the world as artists, and how the world impacts what they have to ... Read more

WITI’S WĀHINE BY NANCY BRUNNING

St James Theatre 87/77 Courtenay Place, Te Aro, Wellington

The 18 scenes in Witi’s Wāhine weave an intricate pattern through Ihimaera’s works, and the result is astonishing. - The Spinoff The extraordinary and much-loved wāhine from Witi Ihimaera’s groundbreaking books including The Parihaka Woman, The Matriarch and Pounamu Pounamu are brought to life by a powerful cast in this theatrical masterpiece tenderly crafted by the late Nancy ... Read more

Planning for later in life

Hawkes Bay Deaf Club 22 Lee Road, Taradale, Napier, New Zealand

Financial stability and well-being, everyday banking, KiwiSaver, responsible borrowing, digital technology (phone, laptop, etc.), scams, and more. Diana from ASB will discuss financial well-being with us, and this will apply regardless of the bank we use. Please bring a plate to share for lunch. NZSL interpreters will be available.

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Te Reo Māori – Karakia and Waiata

Hawkes Bay Deaf Club 22 Lee Road, Taradale, Napier, New Zealand

Take the time to learn and practice how to do karakia (pray) and waiata (sing), important in Māori culture. Karakia for: Open/Closing Kai And also waiata for special occasions and gatherings Every Sunday for 3 weeks 3rd March 10th March 17th March

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Hear Me Roar!

Great Hall, Auckland Town Hall 301 - 317 Queen Street, Auckland

Join in celebrating International Women’s Day with this powerhouse ensemble of wāhine vocalists. Sharing stories of inspiration and recognition of strong singers and musicians who have had an impact on their individual music careers through the years, Betty-Anne Monga (Ardijah) and Annie Crummer (When The Cat’s Away) alongside Julia Deans (Fur Patrol) ... Read more

ZOOOM

Rangitira, Q Theatre 305 Queen Street, Auckland

Unable to sleep, a child goes on an imaginary adventure to explore what dreams are made of. Captivatingly told through original music, lasers and projections, ZOOOM takes youngsters on a journey to help a lost star find its way home. This charming interactive experience for children and their families begins at home, where ... Read more

The Air Between Us

TĀWHIRI WAREHOUSE 11 Hutchison Road, Newtown, Wellington

A captivating aerial dance event performed mid-air. From diverse backgrounds and life experiences, critically acclaimed choreographer Chloe Loftus and multi-award-winning Māori artist Rodney Bell (Ngāti Maniopoto) who performs in his wheelchair – explore our innate capacity to exist in symbiotic harmony, with each other and with our environment. WHEN: Sunday ... Read more

Bernie Dieter’s Club Kabarett

AKLFEST Spiegeltent, Aotea Square 301 - 317 Queen Street Aotea Square, Auckland

Direct from UK and Australia! Who is Bernie Dieter? Only the darkest, funniest kabarett superstar east of Berlin. Strutting her way to Aotearoa for a salacious, gin-soaked, punk-jazz season of unfiltered circus and cabaret, the undisputed Queen of Weimar Punk is here to celebrate the sexual freedom and daredevil exhibitionism of 1920s ... Read more

Event Series Aiga

Aiga

Te Pou Theatre 2 Mount Lebanon Lane, Henderson, Auckland

Touch Compass - A journey of identity, desire, family, and what it means to be disabled and Pasifika. Aiga (Sāmoan for family/whānau) is a groundbreaking and emotional Disability-led, Pasifika-led work of theatre told through the lens of the real-life journey of Pacific Toa award-winning, founding member Lusi Faiva. A collective creative ensemble of women, non-binary, disabled, non-disabled, Pasifika ... Read more

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